Pattern Designer And Patternmaker - Textile, Leather And Fur Products
EmployerAerotex Interiors Inc.
Date PostedSeptember 23, 2021
Location Calgary, AB
Earnings $23.83 hourly
Work Hours 35 to 40 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1  Vacancy
Closing Date Oct 23, 2021
Aerotex Interiors Inc.
- Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
- or equivalent experience
1 year to less than 2 years
- Lay out master pattern on fabric and cut sample pattern
- Estimate quantity of fabric necessary
- Draw, lay out and cut master pattern of product
- Create pattern size variations from master patterns using computer or drafting instruments, or forward patterns to computer operator to create pattern size variations
- Examine sketches, samples of articles and specifications of designs to determine number, size and shape of pattern parts and assess the amount of cloth required to make a product
- Outline parts of patterns on paper and mark patterns to indicate details such as the placement of pockets and pleats on garments, decorative stitching on shoe parts or eyelets on canvas products
- Mark size, identification, style and sewing instructions on sample patterns
- Excellent oral communication
- Client focus
How to Apply
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Oct 23, 2021
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Interest in creating pattern size variations from master patterns
Interest in compiling information to outline parts of patterns on paper and indicate details such as pockets, pleats and decorative stitching; and in marking size, identification, style, sewing instructions and other information on sample patterns
Interest in precision working with computer and drafting instruments to create pattern size variations
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